Practice Test Science – set 6

These questions are written by our Science guru and are similar to the GED Test. Each question has five answer choices. Choose the best answer for each question.

 

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1. If heat is added to a liquid which of the following occurs?
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2. CLIMATE AND WEATHERQuestion 1: What is the difference between weather and climate?
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3. Question 2: Climate is NOT affected by
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4. Which of the following phenomenon is responsible for Mirage?
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5. CLOUDSQuestion 1: You see the sun shining through a high-flying, wispy cloud. What kind of cloud is this most likely to be?
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6. If heat is added to a liquid which of the following occurs?
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7. Which of the following is not true about the human eye?
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8. PLATE TECTONICSQuestion 1: Two continental plates are moving away from each other. What type of boundary is this?
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9. Question 2: What do scientists believe is the force behind plate tectonics?
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10. Epilepsy is a condition that affects the brain and causes repeated seizures, also known as fits. Epilepsy affects more than 500,000 people in the UK. This means almost 1 in 100 people has the condition. Epilepsy usually begins during childhood, although it can start at any age.

What could be the major possible cause of Epilepsy according to the information provided above?
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11. Question 2: Which of the following three organisms are producers?
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12. Question 2: A brown bug joins a population of entirely green bugs. This produces genetic variation and is an example of
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13. If we add oil, water and sweet syrup in a bottle, liquid layers are formed, but they do not mix. What is the reason that they do not mix?
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14. RENEWABLE AND NONRENEWABLE RESOURCESQuestion 1: Which of the following energy sources is renewable ONLY if managed properly?
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15. PLANT AND ANIMAL CELLSQuestion 1: Which of the following is characteristic of plant cells?
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16. Question 2: The term “non-renewable” means that the resource
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17. Our star is a bubbling, charged ball of gas. It is anything but quiet. Sometimes solar flares are created when magnetic energy is released from the solar atmosphere. When this happens energized particles race towards Earth, arriving in minutes.

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18. KINGDOM ANIMALIAQuestion 1: All animals are
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19. Our star is a bubbling, charged ball of gas. It is anything but quiet. Sometimes solar flares are created when magnetic energy is released from the solar atmosphere. When this happens energized particles race towards Earth, arriving in minutes.

How may these solar flares affect us?
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20. Question 2: Which of the following is a parazoa?
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21. Our star is a bubbling, charged ball of gas. It is anything but quiet. Sometimes solar flares are created when magnetic energy is released from the solar atmosphere. When this happens energized particles race towards Earth, arriving in minutes.

Why are we well-protected from the effects of solar flares on the surface of the Earth? 
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22. Question 2: Which of the following is true of the earth’s shape?
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23. EARTH’S ATMOSPHEREQuestion 1: The majority of Earth’s atmosphere is made up of
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24. KINGDOM PLANTAEQuestion 1: Plants with their seeds enclosed in a fruit are called
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